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Phoenix Gate
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Overview
CampaignEye of the Vortex
Mortal Empires
ClimateTemperate Island
Starting factionScourge of Khaine
Properties
Settlements1

Phoenix Gate is a Temperate Island province introduced in Total War: Warhammer II, with a Fortress Gate settlement. It divides Chrace (province) and Nagarythe (province) from Avelorn (province), protecting the latter from attack.

Settlements[]

Eye of the Vortex[]

Settlement Type Port Climate Starting faction Resources Special buildings
Phoenix Gate Fortress Gate Temperate Island Scourge of Khaine

Mortal Empires[]

Settlement Type Port Climate Starting faction Resources Special buildings
Phoenix Gate Fortress Gate Temperate Island Scourge of Khaine

Description[]

The Phoenix Gate was well named, for over the course of its existence it has been reduced to rubble and rebuilt on several occasions. Yet its garrison are little worried by this seemingly grim record. A great many of the Phoenix Gate's soldiers are drawn from the Kingdom of Eataine, and they simply assume such woes to be part of Asuryan's ineffable plan. 'Should the enemy topple our walls,' they say 'then we shall simply build them higher and grander than before.' And so they have, many times. Indeed, the towers of the Phoenix Gate now stand so tall that their spires are lost within the clouds that hang heavy about the Annulii Mountains. This stubborn pride in the face of disaster has become famous throughout Ulthuan — despite this, few warriors from other realms seek out service upon the Phoenix Gate. It takes a very deliberate kind of madness to seek guardianship over a fortress whose walls seem almost predestined to fall.

Eataine's support of the Phoenix Gate ensures that this fortress can boast the most accurate and efficient of all Eagle Claw Bolt Throwers.

Archers of the Phoenix Gate traditionally hail from Caledor and Avelorn, and wear the greens and reds of those realms. They fire arrows blessed by the Anointed of Asuryan, that they might better strike down those who would oppose the Creator's plan.


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